"My next fight will be in December," Santos said. "They have asked me if I can fight in a heavier division, but that’s not set yet. They are still looking for an opponent, but I have to fight now because that’s the last fight of my contract and I have to fight this year. I want to fight, and I want to stay active, so I hope they find someone to fight me."
Santos, who won the Invicta FC featherweight belt in her most recent MMA appearance, might be fighting at 155 pounds, if Invicta FC matchmakers can find a suitable opponent for her.
"I love to fight," Cyborg told MMAFighting.com. "When I’m not fighting MMA, I always enter jiu-jitsu and wrestling tournaments. Whatever I’m doing outside of MMA, helps me to evolve my MMA game. I started fighting in muay thai, but then I moved to MMA because of the lack of events, but now I expect to keep fighting in both MMA and muay thai.
Santos says she's still interested in competing in Muay Thai, and she has her eyes set on a possible fight against Martina Jindrova.
"She still wants to fight me, and I believe we will fight," she said. "I believe I will fight her for Lion Fight’s title soon. (Jindrova) has many titles, and I will be happy to fight for one more belt."
'Cyborg' was set to meet with Jindrova (17-5) at Lion Fight 11, but the Czech Republic native was forced to withdraw from the event with an injury.
Santos went on to fight at the event anyways, and she easily reigned victorious over a replacement opponent. No official word yet from Invicta FC officials what the story is on Santos' return to their promotion.